Prime Medicine spells out IPO plans for “word processor” or gene editing

Gene editing research is looking for more precise approaches, with the goal of avoiding off-target changes that cause problems in other parts of the genome. Prime Medicine aims to offer that precision along with the potential to address a wider range of genetic diseases. Biotechnology has yet to test this technology on patients, but it … Read more

Rejuvenate Bio CEO Highlights Ambitious Approach of Using Gene Therapy to Reverse Aging

Rejuvenate Bio is a gene therapy startup looking to reverse aging. In response to emailed questions, CEO and co-founder Daniel Oliver talked about how he and his co-founder started the company and their vision for treatment. age-related conditions. Why did you start this company? The idea was born in George Church’s laboratory at Harvard Medical … Read more

Chinese astronauts take a spacewalk from the new station

NEW YORK CITY: There are few forms of human suffering in the world today that the Balkan country of Albania had not known along its troubled journey through the 20th century. It experienced North Korean-style isolation when the repressive Stalinist dictatorship that ruled it from 1945 to 1985 cut the country off from outside information … Read more

Transparency of laboratory testing will improve patient care and reduce costs

The need for understandable and transparent pricing for medical services in the United States has increased urgently with the continued rise in out-of-pocket healthcare costs. Americans are delaying health care because they are unsure of the cost or cannot afford it. A recent Willis Tower Watson (WTW) survey of 9,600 U.S. workers showed that 4 … Read more

The Middle East needs to fuel innovation to make desalination sustainable

RIYADH: Water desalination in Saudi Arabia has doubled in the last decade to reach 2.2 billion cubic meters in 2021, compared to 1.1 billion cubic meters per year in 2010, thanks to a major overhaul of some existing plants and the introduction of new technologies. For example, Jubail 2, one of the Kingdom’s largest water … Read more

How cloud technology is accelerating Saudi Arabia’s digital transformation

JEDDAH: With the amount of data growing at an exponential rate, doubling every two years, information processing and analysis tools and storage technologies have become critical requirements for any nation with a clear strategy for digital transformation. Saudi Arabia is no exception, thanks to an agile information technology community whose rapid adoption of cloud-based technologies … Read more

Should you join a Medicare Advantage plan? | Personal finance

(Ryan Cut) In 2020, there were 62.6 million people enrolled in Medicare. In the same year, 24.1 million people, or about 39% of all Medicare beneficiaries, were part of a Medicare Advantage plan. These numbers have increased rapidly over the past two decades. In 2012, only 26% of Medicare beneficiaries were part of a Medicare … Read more

The General Supervisor of KSrelief, the Ambassador of Germany to Saudi Arabia, discuss the joint cooperation

RIYADH: When Donya Modir grew up, she had an appetite and curiosity for food. This interest grew until she graduated from the Academy of Culinary Arts in Switzerland and she was chosen as one of the ambassadors of the Kingdom’s Ministry of Tourism. “Cooking was my hobby and I was cooking for my family and … Read more

Saudia’s youngest sous chef tracks her rapid culinary rise

RIYADH: When Donya Modir grew up, she had an appetite and curiosity for food. This interest grew until she graduated from the Academy of Culinary Arts in Switzerland and she was chosen as one of the ambassadors of the Kingdom’s Ministry of Tourism. “Cooking was my hobby and I was cooking for my family and … Read more

Saudi Arabia joins “Hercules-2” military exercises in Egypt

RIYADH: When Donya Modir grew up, she had an appetite and curiosity for food. This interest grew until she graduated from the Academy of Culinary Arts in Switzerland and she was chosen as one of the ambassadors of the Kingdom’s Ministry of Tourism. “Cooking was my hobby and I was cooking for my family and … Read more